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impulse.0000A Simulation Of An Old Empty Vinyl Record (For CD)

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do blank but playable vinyl records actually exist? i don't know, so i made this simulated attempt at what would sound like an old vinyl record with no music on it, but one that still somehow got a lot of use. i don't know the actual duration limit of a vinyl record per side, but an hour is decent length for a CD, so i went with that and noted the file as such. this would be a good piece to play while winding down after a hard day or going to sleep or studying, so i hope that it will be found useful in that regard, and i hope many will enjoy it!

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Keywords: vinyl; impulse.0000; simulation; sound; art; noise; experimental; minimal

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